July 1, 2014
“The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-to-4 decision on Monday that requiring family-owned corporations to pay for insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act violated a federal law protecting religious freedom,” begins the New York Times coverage to today’s widely watched ruling.
Read the New York Times article here.
Related material on this website:
“Contraception, Religious Freedom, and the Supreme Court” by Julia Stronks
“The Little Sisters of the Poor And The Health Care Mandate” by Deb Vaughn
Related material by CFT member Julia Stronks on another website:
“A Supreme Court Ruling in Favor of Hobby Lobby Could Lead to More Abortions” by Julia Stronks and Jeffrey F. Peipert
And finally (but not to be missed):
Justice Ginsburg’s Passionate Dissenting Opinion
posted by Kathy Vestal and Marg Herder
Boo! to the SCOTUS 5 ! Ginsberg has made a good dissenting opinion.